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Training Staffordshire Bull Terriers Can Be Fun

12th May 2011
Most dogs possess purely natural undomesticated features, commonly being aggressive and barking needlessly. Some dog owners are actually distressed with the state of affairs and often slap their pet dog or remove it to the out-of-doors. However, training ... Read >
Author: Phil Roberts

Usual Bull Terrier Problems

26th January 2011
Some of Bull Terrier problems that are generally associated with this reproduce are:Patellar luxation - dislocated kneecaps, generally found in small to channel breedsSkin Hypersensitivity - Bull Terriers are prone to environment and flea allergiesZinc ox... Read >
Author: Victor Allen

How to Bathe A American Pitbull?

28th September 2010
Bathing a pitbull needs to be given extra emphasis. This is because of the fact that if you are careless in bathing, the animal might end up getting some infections.When you wash your pitbull you should close their ears with a big cotton ball because wate... Read >
Author: Jarrod Sosa

Training Springer Spaniels - Using a Muzzle

12th February 2010
When listening to people about obedience training springer spaniels as well as other breeds, one point that is frequently raised is if muzzles for dogs are a good idea or not. Is is cruel to muzzle a dog? Is a muzzle completely necessary? And can good obe... Read >
Author: Barry Rodgers

Canine obsessive compulsive disorder how to spot it and how to treat it

15th June 2009
Does your dog exhibit repetitive and quirky behaviour such as chasing it's tail, biting the air, or licking parts of it's body constantly? If the answer is yes, then your dogs behaviour may be a result of an anxiety condition known as Canine Compulsive Di... Read >
Author: Ivan Ojounru

Cropping Your Doberman's Ears

03rd March 2009
Ear cropping for Dobermans is usually done between 8 and 12 weeks of age. It is not a good idea to do it after 14 weeks of age as the cartilage becomes less pliable and the ears are less likely to stand. The surgery is done under general anesthesia. After... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

The Boston Terrier: A Very Self Sufficient Dog and a Great Family Pet

20th April 2006
The Boston Terrier has been nicknamed the American Gentleman because of its wonderful, gentle disposition and its tuxedo like coat. One of the few breeds that is truly "made in the USA". Boston Terriers are rated by the American Kennel club as one of t... Read >
Author: steve Allison
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